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  • 12 April 2019
    WASHINGTON -- Jurgen Klinsmann rejects Bob Bradleys claims the former German star angled in 2010 to succeed him as U.S. coach.Bradley was fired soon after a 4-2 loss to Mexico in the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup final and replaced by Klinsmann, a former German national team star player and coach. Bradley made the claim Friday when he was introduced as Swansea, the first American head coach in Englands Premier League.No. I mean its simply not true, Klinsmann said Monday ahead of his teams exhibition against New Zealand. I could have taken the job in 2006. I could have taken it in 2010. And then we got together in 2011 to finally figure out a way to make this happen. So I was not jockeying anything.Klinsmanns comments come three days after Bradley accused him of already jockeying for the job while Klinsmann was an ESPN analyst during the 2010 World Cup.I wish Bob the very, very best, Klinsmann said Monday. I think its a big, big moment having an American coach coaching a Premier League club. I think its huge. And hes an awesome guy. Hes a good person, and I just keep my fingers crossed for him.The match against No. 88 New Zealand is the last before the 22nd-ranked U.S. opens the final round of North and Central American and Caribbean qualifying against Mexico in November. It is the first of 10 matches in the six-team hexagonal that decided three World Cup places and a fourth-place team that advances to a playoff against an Asian nation.CONCACAF President Victor Montagliani suggested last week that the format be changed for future World Cup to allow more nations to play deeper into the four-year cycle.Klinsmann opposed that Monday, insisting that the U.S. and other regional powers are hurt by fewer opportunities to face quality international opponents.If we want to get better, we need to play with the best teams out there from South America or from Europe, Klinsmann said. What does that mean? For us it means, it would be the opposite direction of Montaglianis suggestion.The U.S. let many regulars rejoin their clubs ahead of the New Zealand match, which comes a year and a day after Klinsmanns U.S. team lost to Mexico 3-2 in overtime in the playoff for a berth in the 2017 Confederations Cup.New Zealand lost to Mexico 2-1 Saturday. Klinsmann wished the U.S. could have scheduled a higher-ranked opponent, but Europe and South America had World Cup qualifiers scheduled.Ghana wasnt allowed to come because they play one game in Europe and theyre not allowed to play a second game in another continent, he said. We go the list up and down. Believe me, were trying to get the best opponents as possible. Chuck Howley Jersey . John Tavares, Thomas Vanek and Kyle Okposo were also being counted on to slow down sizzling Rangers forward Rick Nash. That plan didnt go so well early. Emmitt Smith Jersey . 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PRO FOOTBALLRENTON, Wash. -- Seattle coach Pete Carroll was fined $200,000 and the Seahawks have been fined $400,000 and will lose a fifth-round draft choice for violating the NFLs work rules on contact in the offseason.The Seahawks will forfeit the draft pick in 2017 and also lose a week of organized team activities for allowing excessive contact in an OTA on June 6. That is prohibited by the labor agreement with the players union.Seahawks players will be paid for the canceled sessions in 2017.The league cited Carroll as responsible for maintaining appropriate control over practices and intervening if prohibited conduct occurs.EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has a torn meniscus in his right knee, coach Mike Zimmer said.The Vikings are still evaluating the injury and have not yet determined how much time he will miss. Zimmer initially announced the nature of the injury while recording his weekly appearance on a local radio show and told KFXN-FM that he has not yet ruled out Peterson for the game on Sunday against Carolina.Peterson was meeting with team doctors and athletic trainers to discuss his options, which include surgery to address the injury.Peterson, the 2012 NFL MVP, was injured in the third quarter of Minnesotas 17-14 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night on a 5-yard run, his longest of the night. He needed crutches to exit U.S. Bank Stadium, but it does appear Peterson will be able to return at some point this season after initial fears that he tore his ACL.NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk says the NFL fined the teams owners for not conforming to the leagues majority ownership rules.Strunk confirmed to The Tennessean after the Titans 16-15 win in Detroit that the NFL levied the fine when she took over as controlling owner for her sister, Susie Adams Smith, in March 2015. The six-figure fine was reported by and her sister each own 33 percent of the franchise founded by their father, the late Bud Adams. The remaining third is split among other family members.Strunk told The Tennessean, We dont think theres anything wrong with our structure, so thats where we differ.The NFL declined to comment on the fine.COLLEGE FOOTBALLNEW YORK -- Ten bus-loads of Army cadets attended funeral services for teammate and classmate Brandon Jackson, the sophomore cornerback remembered for his uplifting smile, quiet confidennce and for a life filled with promise and purpose.ddddddddddddHundreds gathered to mourn Jackson, killed in a single-car crash, at the Greater Allen A.M.E Cathedral in Jamaica, Queens, not far from the St. Albans neighborhood where Jackson grew up. Among those who spoke were U.S. Military Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Robert L. Caslen, football coach Jeff Monken and team captain and linebacker Andrew King.The fatal accident occurred in the early morning hours of Sept. 11, about 20 miles south of the West Point campus in Westchester County, according to police and the Academy. The crash, which remains under investigation, happened several hours after Army had defeated Rice in the Black Knights home opener at Michie Stadium.OLYMPICSRIO DE JANEIRO -- Brazilian justice has blocked assets of the company that serves as the host broadcaster organization for the Olympic Games.The decision impacts any financial resources, trucks, equipment and furniture used in Brazil by Spanish-based company Olympic Broadcasting Services, known as OBS.The objective of Brazilian authorities is to assure compensation for possible damages to workers hired by OBS, the ruling says. The company can still appeal the decision.Investigators that moved the suit claim that OBS has to pay damages to overworked employees of its operations at the Rio de Janeiro Olympic and Paralympic Games, which ended on Sunday.OBS is a company created by the International Olympic Committee in 2001. It produces and transmits live radio and television coverage of every sport from every venue.BASEBALLPORT ST. 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